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The European Central Bank (ECB) fully controls the interest rate and announces changes or status quo from time to time depending on the economic situation. This affects the euro currency and overall trading industry.
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Fundamental Updates – ECB Meeting And Its New Inflation Target (23 July 2021)
JUL 23, 2021 New monetary policy strategy. Earlier this month, the European Central Bank (ECB) reconvened its policy review that was postponed since last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the review, the central bank revised its cu
EUR/USD on the verge of a breakdown, all eyes on the ECB [Video]
The ECB will announce its latest policy decision on Thursday with a press conference from President Lagarde. There are no expectations of any change in interest rates. The commentary will, however, be watched very closely, especially with the central bank announcing its revised inflation target earl
ECB preview and trading day ahead [Video]
- Overview of market sentiment & headlines in play at the EU open (00:00). - Look at the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, GBPUSD, WTI crude charts (1:29). - What to expect from the ECB meeting today (6:42). - Powell enjoyed broad support for renomination at the White House (10:48). - US-China trade boom
ECB recap & looking ahead to next week’s Fed meeting
This week’s ECB monetary policy meeting highlighted the economic calendar along with rising CPI data out of the US and the passing of a new $1.9 trillion stimulus bill in Congress. ECB prescribes a higher dose of “monetary medication” The ECB kept its interest rate policy unchanged, as expected. Its
EUR/USD Forecast: ECB gives a modest boost to the shared currency
EUR/USD Current Price: 1.1987 The ECB will increase the pace of bond-buying “significantly,” starting today. Lower US Treasury yields amid stimulus-related news weighed on the greenback. EUR/USD approaches 1.2000, could extend gains in the upcoming sessions. The EUR/USD pair peaked for the day at 1.
How will ECB address the recent rise in yields
Market movers today The big event of the day is the ECB meeting which will focus on the financing conditions, the rise in yields and the PEPP implementation. We expect the ECB to contine monitoring the situation, stopping short of specific action at today's meeting. The EU is set to approve the John
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Big ecb day ahead: What to expect for Euro
The U.S. dollar traded lower against most of the major currencies on Wednesday. According to the latest report, inflationary pressures are on the rise but not as quickly as investors feared. U.S. consumer prices grew 0.4% in the month of February, which was in line with expectations. Core prices on
Will ECB policy add to EUR/USD woes?
This week, the dollar beat up euro and the trend in EUR/USD remained negative. The catalyst for the dollar strength has been the rise in US Treasury yields. The 10-year bond had climbed to 1.60% earlier on Monday, as a response to the Senate passing a massive $1.9 trillion stimulus package last Satu
ECB Preview: Three scenarios for Lagarde to loosen policy, not necessarily lower the euro
The European Central Bank is set to leave its policy unchanged and express some concern about rising yields. Hints about measures to keep returns on debt in check would be welcomed by markets. The euro would receive a shot in the arm if the ECB surprises with immediate action. Is Christine Lagarde r
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READ N' GO-Daily News Recap
Good morning traders! This is the official account to find out all the breaking news that may/may not affect your trading decision such as economy policies, political moves, global agendas and more. BUT first, to start off your day with a bang, here's a recap of the important news we think you shoul